The Art of Being the Village,.. again!
"Youth Mentoring that explores the gender issue and closes the generational gap."
"What is your role, your job or your state of being in the village community?"
Evaluation / Testimonials
BTM positively influences student behavior. There are less high level infractions at school, boys are happier, have a more positive outlook on life, have improved self-esteem, and engage in less risk-taking behavior.
Who We Are
GenDerations Mentoring International is a registered not-for-profit organization in California, Switzerland and soon in India.
GenDerations is benefitting from 18 years of experience of BoysToMen. At a time where youth and older people are getting more and more isolated, GenDerations addresses gender questions
GenDerations on Oprah
I'll Never Be The Same
As Director of an international group of schools, I have become increasingly aware of the need for a new impulse within education that will inspire the next generation with the passion, confidence and ability to take the lead in organisations, in society, in their local communities and in their own lives. The GenDerations prorgamme steps boldly into this gap and offers young people essential skills and tools that are dearly needed as this generation grow into adulthood. It is a unique programme that I have seen to have deep and lasting impact in every young person who participates. My two teenage sons have completed the programme and have been transformed by it. I am planning to introduce the GenDerations programme into all of our schools worldwide as soon as they become available, which sadly they are not yet
I was very impressed by the sensitivity, equanimity and consciousness of the men and women that will be facilitators of the GenDerations program.Helena Trachsel
Managing Director, Office for Gender Equality of the Kanton Zurich
BoysToMen and the respective Girls Program offers a new freedom of expression. Backed by well-trained adults kids find their identity. They feel seen, foster self-worth and learn to apply themselves!Dorothea Vollenweider, Docent
University for Social Pedagogy, Zurich PHZH, MAS Cultural & Gender Studies